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  • Bo knows when not to change a thing; can Irish slay Goliath?

    Bo Ryan is no fan of change. He said so himself answering the question — "What's the most important change your team needs to make here?" — as he left the locker room to start the second half, down by two to North Carolina in Thursday's Sweet...
  • Column: Is Kentucky the greatest college team ever? Might be

    With every dominating win — we're up to 37-0 — it becomes more and more apparent that Kentucky really isn't competing against the remaining teams in the NCAA Tournament. History is the opponent now. Are these Wildcats better than the 1956...
  • Kentucky vs. Notre Dame: How they match up in Midwest Regional final

    Kentucky vs. Notre Dame: How they match up in Midwest Regional final
    WHO: No. 1 Kentucky (37-0) vs. No. 3 Notre Dame (32-5) WHAT: NCAA Midwest Regional final, Saturday (5:45 p.m.) WHERE: Cleveland. TV: TBS UPDATE: Both teams reach the regional finals coming off, perhaps, their finest games of the season. Kentucky...
  • Notre Dame embracing underdog role against unbeaten Kentucky

    Notre Dame embracing underdog role against unbeaten Kentucky
    CLEVELAND — There's a line in Notre Dame's fight song that says, "What though the odds be great or small, old Notre Dame will win over all." Irish coach Mike Brey knows how small the odds are headed into his team's Elite Eight showdown against No....
  • Guards key to advancement in women's NCAA Tournament

    It was a sweet night for guards in the regional semifinals of the women's basketball NCAA Tournament. Niya Johnson of Baylor, Lindsay Allen of Notre Dame, Leticia Romero of Florida State and Tiffany Mitchell of South Carolina all helped their teams...
  • Notre Dame eyes history, shot at upsetting No. 1 Kentucky

    Beware, Kentucky. That little leprechaun looms. The pristine season, the presumed NCAA championship, the aura of invincibility and every other plaudit being thrown at the so-good-they're-scary Wildcats are all at great risk. There's a proven giant-killer...
  • Kentucky is in Elite class of its own going into NCAA regional finals

    Kentucky is in Elite class of its own going into NCAA regional finals
    Seven schools have survived, crawled and advanced their ways to the second weekend of the NCAA tournament The other team is Kentucky. So, anyway, welcome to the Elite ... One. Others tagging along for selfies and quality TV face time: Notre Dame,...
  • Tip times and announcers for Saturday and Sunday's NCAA tournament games

    Tip times and announcers for Saturday and Sunday's NCAA tournament games
    We're down to the final eight and some great matchups featuring some coaching legends remain in the NCAA tournament. Here's the schedule for Saturday's and Sunday's games which will complete the road to the Final Four. You'll notice below that Allie...
  • INSIDE THE MADNESS: Irish vs blue again, Zags '99 rewind

    Notes and tidbits from around the NCAA Tournament on Friday: ___ NOTRE DAME UP AGAINST 50 SHADES OF BLUE Don't expect Notre Dame to be shaken by Kentucky's Big Blue. Actually, the color seems to suit the Fighting Irish rather well. Notre Dame fans...
  • Big-time programs battling for Final Four berths

    Saturday night's games will decide half the Final Four, and the big boys have pushed the Cinderellas off the dance floor. Arizona and Wisconsin are back in Southern California fighting for a Final Four berth again. In Cleveland, Notre Dame takes on the...
  • Stewart, Huskies Skewer The Longhorns

    Stewart, Huskies Skewer The Longhorns
    ALBANY — There were stretches in the last 12 minutes of the first half and again in the first 10 minutes of the second half when all you could do was sit there, shake your head and wonder. Does it get any better than this? Can it get any better...